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New York Mets

On Deck: May 2nd - Ichiro is Risen

by Kenny Ducey

Flickr | arch*templar

Kenny Ducey and Kris Venezia discuss the Yankees' success and Jordany Valdespin's big hit Wednesday, plus debate who was right in the David Price-Tim Hallion showdown and wonder what baseball would be like without Wrigley.

ESPN’s Jerry Crasnick Breaks Down MLB

by DJ Sixsmith

Michael Watts :: WFUV Sports

With the MLB season in full swing, we called upon ESPN Baseball Insider Jerry Crasnick for his thoughts on the season. Crasnick has been around the game for a long time having spent time as a beat reporter for the Cincinnati Reds and the Colorado Rockies.

2013 NFL Draft Preview: What the Jets and Giants Need to Do

by Kenny Ducey

Flickr | williamdavis331

WFUV Sports will provide live coverage from historic Radio City Music Hall for the first round of the 2013 NFL Draft featuring draftee interviews, live updates from Jets and Giants camp, analysis from local and national writers across the country and pick by pick commentary.  Each day this week, we will provide an in depth look at the draft, from the fan experience to local draft previews.

On Deck: April 22nd - Harvey Outduels Strasburg

by Kenny Ducey, Kris Venezia

Flickr | slgckgc


Kenny Ducey and Kris Venezia talk about the big weekend around the major leagues including big series wins against divisional foes for the Yankees and Mets.  Plus, WFUV Mets beat reporter Julian Atienza joins the guys to talk about the Harvey-Strasburg showdown and what to expect from the Amazins going forward.

On Deck: April 15th - HIROK!

by Kenny Ducey, Kris Venezia


Kenny Ducey and Kris Venezia wrap up the Yankees' and Mets' weekend series wins, including sparking performances from Hiroki Kuroda and Matt Harvey. They also go out west where they discuss the recent brawl between the Dodgers and Padres, and the first Home Run of the season for Josh Hamilton.

Mets Look to Keep the Ball Rolling

by JT Mercurio

Flickr | slgckgc

The Amazin’ Mets have opened up the season at 5-3. To be honest, it’s really difficult to get your hopes up when it comes to the boys from Queens.  For the past couple of seasons, the Mets have gotten off to some great starts, instilling hope and pride in their fans from around the Tri-State area.  As soon as the All-star break comes, though, things start to head downhill and the team usually finishes several games out of first and a record sub-.500.